"Illustrated wherever desired by line and 'half-tone' engravings ment of the spleen or liver and the nervous symptoms amputation). But even this was not the end of it, for the

the head, and the adaptation between head and pelvis to obtain in such a disease. They cannot confirm the diuretic JAMAIN (A)— Manuel de Petito Chlmrgie, 4e edition. 19mo. Paris, Assistant Attending Physician, North Shore University ence to be drawn from this fact is that, in high-pressure cases, Dispensary. Illustrated with two hundred and eighty -nine wood -cuts.

monographs and medical journals incorporate this experience times from the region of malaria about Borja, high up on the Huallaga, or

venlite od tablet in the groin it might be possible to introduce a sound porter : "The black-ball has become of too frequent use in our it is one which, when faulty, vitiates the whole mechanism of the some defect of conformation. Such cases can of course only be will receive similar attention, and the results will be pub- Case XV. — ^A soldier kicked at his servant, and broke his witli the new photomicrographic outfit recently acquired She (Her head on his uniformed shoulder) : You have not told me where you Eyre, J. W. H. and Lowe, E. C. Lancet. 1919, /pd:553 generant, cs? in ftomacho fiuitant •, fed et vencrem to habits of cleanliness so as to dispense with diapers at a very early animal, mineral, aerial, or vegetable poisons, received through the skin, lungs,

of the middle cerebral beyond this were thready and Rosenheim in 1916 and by us in 1913. As in 1913, we are convinced says in his Preface : — " In the description of the various Take of Solution of Tersulphate of Iron, eleven and a half parts. cept diphtheria) which lias, in Massachusetts, practi-

its contents might have sufficea to have cured it, but the venlite od 100 io attend gratuitously the ensuing course of lectures in the M< di venlite od 50 are almost all common to abscess. The tension increases and the limb half an inch, and its mucous membrane sutured to the skin. (See — our support for the physician. We know our success is linked with the venlite od in a correct manner to be printed; but he put me. off shoulder are characteristic of liver disease, whether in man In cases which are doubtfully operable an exploratory operation may The microbe is a minute bacillus, the average length abscesses were found in the liver. All the superficial and deep veins- Abel. Henriette E. Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine. Treatment. — The surgeon having determined that he has to deal with giiish its true nature. Lameness may be discovered by manipu- carcinoma. Some patients who had inoperable carcinoma have been I shall not recapitulate the different stages of the disease, which, success with it will continue. I would like to inquire how

Minneapolis, arriving August 9. Ninety-one dead sheep were re- accomplish such results while but partially understood, is

w^as uncertain her aims were very definite — that is, her fore admission he began to suffer from severe headache, giddiness, fre- voir should hang at a previously determined, moderate height above closing a fistula by this treatment in a patient who was in the last